Name Ted "Buck" Nafus, Jr.  
Rank Private
Residence Tunkhannock, Wyoming Co., PA
Hobbies Baseball, hunting
Personal Comment Why do I reenact? I reenact because many of my ancestors were involved in the American Civil War, and I want to keep alive their memory. It's also a lot of fun camping and participating in battles with my brother and my pards.
 
Persona George W. Barnes, Co. A, 143rd PVI
Born abt. 1843
Died 1890
Buried in Hollenback Cemetery, Wilkes-Barre, Luzerne Co., PA
Service Record Enlisted as a Private in Co. A, 143rd PA Inf. Reg't. on 26 August 1862
Lost left arm at the Wilderness, VA, 5 May 1864
Discharged for wounds Co. A, 143rd PA Inf. Reg't. on 20 Jul 1864
Headstone
Headstone

2015 Officers

Ted Nafus Sr.
President

Mike Hogan
Vice-President

April Nafus
Secretary

Scott Mecca
Treasurer

Mike Donahue
Trustee

Bruce Geiger
Trustee

Company A Leadership

Ted Nafus Sr.
Provost Marshal

Peter Wolf Cangemi
Captain

Jim Hummer
1st Lieutenant

Bruce Geiger
Quartermaster Sgt.

Ted Nafus Jr.
1st Sergeant

Michael Donahue
1st Lieutenant

Jesse Holzman
Senior Private

Union Volunteers Leadership

Frank Ruiz, Sr.
Colonel
Commander

Frank Ruiz, Jr.
Lt. Colonel

Courtney Abel
Major

Jerry Bergeron
Captain
Chief of Artillery

Ken Jansen
Captain
Chief of Cavalry

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